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Chapter 2 The Evolution of World Politics

Chapter 2 The Evolution of World Politics

Chapter 2 The Evolution of World Politics This chapter has two goals: 1- General background on the most important events that have shaped the world of today. (Three Chapters of Modern World Drama) 2-The major characteristics of the current world system. 1 What is the International System?

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The Union in Peril

The Union in Peril

The Union in Peril. Conflict Over Status of Territories. Wilmot Proviso (1846) fails to ban slavery from newly acquired Mexican territories Free Soil Movement Party Found support from northern Democrats and Whigs Didn’t demand end to slavery, only spread of slavery.

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Principles of Government and Law

Principles of Government and Law

Principles of Government and Law . With Instructional Strategies. Jim Nash Bidwell Junior High Chico, CA jnash@chicousd.org www.chicousd.org/~jnash. Personal Information. Teacher 7 th Grade World History and 8 th Grade United States History B.A. Political Science C.S.U. Chico

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United States Expansion

United States Expansion

United States Expansion. Another View of Expansion. "Great Triumvirate". Henry Clay "The Great Compromiser” Represented Kentucky WEST. Daniel Webster Represented Massachusetts NORTH. John C. Calhoun Represented South Carolina SOUTH. Situation/Event Background:

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C H A P T E R

C H A P T E R

QUIT. 4. C H A P T E R . The Union in Peril . CHAPTER OBJECTIVE. INTERACT WITH HISTORY. TIME LINE. The Divisive Politics of Slavery . 1. SECTION. The Civil War Begins . 2. SECTION. GRAPH. MAP. The North Takes Charge . 3. SECTION. Reconstruction and Its Effects . 4. SECTION.

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The 1850s:

The 1850s:

The 1850s:. Road to Secession. Texas & Mexican Cession. Slavery Throughout US History. 1787 - Northwest Ordinance 1789 - U. S. Constitution 1820 – Missouri Compromise 1831-1844 – “Gag Rule” 1832 – Nullification Crisis 1836-1845 – Texas 1846-1848 - Mexican War

By jana
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The Romantic Age

The Romantic Age

The Romantic Age. Values of Romanticism. Rejection of: simplicity, proportion and restraint. Romantics valued: Feeling, Intuition, Passion, Imagination, Spontaneity. Revolutions and Rights. 1776-- American Revolution 1789-- French Revolution

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Slavery Dominates Politics

Slavery Dominates Politics

Slavery Dominates Politics. In these notes, you will learn about how the North and the South tried to solve their conflicts over slavery. Fill in the blanks on the handout. North and South take different paths. As you have learned, the North and the South took different paths.

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Chapter 14 The Union in Peril

Chapter 14 The Union in Peril

Chapter 14 The Union in Peril. The American People , 6 th ed. Slavery in the Territories. The Wilmot Proviso. Amendment added to a congressional appropriations bill prohibiting slavery for ever existing in any territories acquired from Mexico. Popular Sovereignty.

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Sectional Struggles

Sectional Struggles

Sectional Struggles. AP US History. The Union in Peril. The north had been industrializing rapidly, and large cities began popping up all over the northern territory. The south remained mostly rural, consisting of mostly plantations and small farms.

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Chapter 8 Political Parties, Candidates, and Campaigns: Defining the voter’s choice

Chapter 8 Political Parties, Candidates, and Campaigns: Defining the voter’s choice

Chapter 8 Political Parties, Candidates, and Campaigns: Defining the voter’s choice. Political Party. An ongoing coalition of interest joined together in an effort to get its candidate for public office elected under a common label.

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Renewing the Sectional Struggle: 1848-1854

Renewing the Sectional Struggle: 1848-1854

Renewing the Sectional Struggle: 1848-1854. Chapter 18. A. Popular Sovereignty Panacea. Allow people in individual territories to make decisions about slavery Didn’t advocate all-out ban as free-soilers did In line with democratic traditions

By coy
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The History of our Constitution

The History of our Constitution

The History of our Constitution. The Declaration of Independence. Created on July 4 th , 1776 (slightly more than a year after the Revolution began). Promoted mainly by John Adams. Written by Thomas Jefferson. Declaration of Independence Continued….

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“Federalist 47, 48, 51 ”

“Federalist 47, 48, 51 ”

“Federalist 47, 48, 51 ”. “How Not to Read the Constitution”. James Madison. Lawrence Tribe & Michael Dorf . Definitions:. Federalist Supporters of ratification of the Constitution whose position promoted a stronger central government. Anti-federalist.

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Chapter 15 The Nation Breaking Apart 1846-1861

Chapter 15 The Nation Breaking Apart 1846-1861

Chapter 15 The Nation Breaking Apart 1846-1861. Section 1 - Growing Tensions Between North and South Find Out: How the abolitionist movement heightened tensions between the North and South The controversies over slavery in the territories

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The Nation Divided

The Nation Divided

The Nation Divided. Chapter 10. The Wilmot Proviso. The Missouri Compromise did not apply to the Mexican Cession The Wilmot Proviso sought to ban slavery from the territories acquired from Mexico Southerners viewed the bill as an attack on slavery. The Debate Over California.

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1820-1860 Review

1820-1860 Review

1820-1860 Review. What were the 3 parts of the Missouri Compromise?. Missouri became a slave state Maine became a free state Louisiana Territory was divided at the 36 degree, 30 minute parallel; north of the line must be free territory; south of the line could be slave territory.

By cato
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Building A Nation

Building A Nation

Building A Nation. Instructor: Carol Jean Cox. BUILDING A NATION . THE WAR OF 1812 ERA OF GOOD FEELINGS 1815-1824 MONROE DOCTRINE 1823 JACKSONIAN ERA 1824-1840 COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURE MARKET REVOLUTION TRANSPORTATION INNOVATIONS INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION ROMANTICISM AND REFORMS.

By ainslie
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U. S. Constitution

U. S. Constitution

U. S. Constitution. Return to Mr. Welbig's Webpage. 3 Parts:. Preamble (Intro & Goals) Articles (7) Amendments (27). Preamble. (Lists the Goals of our Government). Form a more Perfect Union Establish Justice Insure Domestic Tranquility Provide for the Common Defense

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